The latest news on foreclosures
Nearly 70 percent of adults say buying such houses has “negative aspects,” study says.
A Connecticut real estate professional gives her take
Broadening the agency’s reach is the linchpin of Democrat Frank’s plan to fight foreclosures.
It's not all those stories about people getting tossed from their homes.
Dignity had been missing since early 1990s.
Angry ex-homeowners trash properties before being kicked out.
The number of homes facing foreclosure more than doubled in a year.
New tool lets eager California find out—and the data aren't pretty.
Attorney General Marc Dann has an army of 1,300 lawyers looking to keep people in their homes.
Nevada, California, and Florida are in the lead.